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Cobargo A. P. and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

Cobargo A- P- and H- Society A meeting of +,he committee of the above Society was held on Monday afternoon, the following members attending :—Messrs. T. J. Tarlinton (president), G. F. King, M. Pike, A. Tarlinton, P. Wilson, W. Dumuiett, F. Tarlinton, J. Walsh, A. Saxelby, W, Allen, jun., J. P. O'Reilly. The president, -who had taken the chair for ther first time Eince the Show, referred to his enforced absence from the dis trict, and congratulated the committee on the success of the Show. It proved what can be done in the face of adverse seasons, and set at rest any doubts as to the holding of our annual exhibitions. He hoped th°y would always work together in the same good spirit, and he would have no doubt about the future welfare of the S jcioty. The minutes of the previous meeting were then read and confirmed, and au apology was read from Mr. F. G. Roberts for his unavoidable absence. A letter from Miss M. E. TarliDton (Murrabrine) was read, pointing out that she bad, as stewar...

Publication Title: Cobargo Chronicle, The
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Wandella Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

Wandella Progress,Committee. The residents of Wandella, finding that only by Joint action could they hope to have' their local requirements placed in a satisfactory manner before the several departments which they in tended 10 approach, a few months ago formed a Progress Committee. Since the appointment cf fhis lody th^y. have consistently and at all times been urging that the road through that district should receive the attention of the officer whose duty it is to report on these matters. From what we can li-arn, these r» presentations were made to the Depart nient, at a time when a new route, was being surveyed from ebtnewber** about Wilgoa right through Waudella to the Gulph. and the P«o grei-s 0 1u111if.ee received a reply to the effect that when the necesBary surveys were completed, the road would be made more trafficable. Then trouble arose. Some of the land holders object'd to the surveyed devi ati lis, and the Department has in formed the Progress Committee that unless the ...

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From the Bulletin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

From the Bulletin The fact that under the Common wealth Bill, the N.S.W. Public Ser vice Board will lo>e control of the PoBt-office, Treasury, and Custom", induces many civil servants to work enthusiastically for Federation. Dear Bulletin.—Re statement (B. 22/4/'99) that ono Jas. Faunt, of Cootamundra, N S.W., claims to have the largest number ef living descen dants of any one in Australia; If the number given, 64 grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren, be correct, he' simply isn't 111 it with John Eaten, a well-known squatter in the Wide Bay District, Q. He also is 89 years old, and has 77 g-children, 105 g-g-children, and 3 g-g-g-children. Mr. Eaten is a Hawkesbury, N.S.W,, native, actively manages his cattle station, and may possibly live to see another 10 or 12 additions to his host of descendants* ' Asmodeus': In a way-back town, years ago, a band of bumpkins arranged an entertainment to bemfit the Schoo) of Arts, ' Richard 111.' (no less) was the chosen piece, and the lo...

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MORUYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

MORUYA. (Froh oub own- Co ER KB PONDTSNT. ) Never -wrote last week. Wouldn't !— too laey. Yes, too lazy ! Waft planning-wbat I would do were l a millioUaTe. Don't think I would 'scrum'for the Chronide or anything* else. Might build a country residence at Dena River, play eacbre with "Chris Johnston and the push with the view of eventually contesting that seat at the next -election against the sitting member. Am going to stamp that electorate in favor of the Common wealtb'Bill before Referendum Day. Cheuris proving the all absorbing' pastime in Mbruya. That it must' have more than the ordinary fascina tion for its voteries is evident from the numlter of players to be seen nightly ia the room at the Institute, with' heads bent over the boards and nothing breaking the stillness until someone calls ' check.' To a disinterested per son the game seenis monotonous, but sometimes a 4 breeze' between a card player'and a chess player varies the monotony. A tournament is in pro gress, but I do...

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

WEEKLY CALENDAR. ! Duve of ihe I Bay of I Son I fun | Moon Week. I Month | Riset | Kets | Bieea Fbiday I Mayl9 | 6 42 | 5 0 1 1 16 , FaTORDA* | „ 20 | 6 42 j 6 0 | 1 48-. Bwkday i „ 21 | 6 43 i 4 59 ( 2 17 Monday I „ 22 I 6 44 | 4 69 | 2 60 Tuesday ! ■ „ 23 j 6 45 j 4 58 j 3 28 W'dnbpd y | 24 6 4G j 4 58 I 4 12 Thursday j „ 25 1 6 47 1 4 57 1 5 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

COBARGO HOTEL. EVEBTTHttTG AS IT OTJQSS TO SB. Qm Cteast EXTEHSIYE 8TA6L1NC. fXPERIENCED CROOM. Jnn finlw. POST OFFICE HOTEL, COBARGO. f.T. KB4THI6 Proprietor. X T. Keating bas mnch pleasure in it forming tbe residents of COBARGO sod Hnr'moding Dinr eta that lie hat token over theabove well-known Hot*l, and hopes by keeping (he BEST BRANDS of WINES. J3P1BITS, ALEP, etc., to merit a fair •share of support. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be paid to the wants of Commercial and other Travel lero. Coie mod ions Sample Rooms available. GOOD -STABLING and a competent groom in attendance. J. T. E. begs to announce for the bene* 6t of visitors fiom ihe TILBA. NOO ROOM A. BGDALLA and NBKRIGUNDAH DISTRICTS that h's Hotel pocsMses nil the comfoitsofa home, while good horse feed and stabe accommodation a-ic made speciali ties of tbe establishment. The Central BEGA. + : Vader Stow Bftanggeatcat . J.W. fwyfiird, JLat-* of the Ocean View Hotel, Tathra,] BEOS to remind \I-ITORS to BEGA (bat they will find t...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The Band of Hope will give their periodical entertainment on Tuesday next. ! Tek business at the Court on Friday j last was of an unimportant nature, only a few Srua'l Debts eases being adjudi cated upon. " Sabbatarian ": We have re ceived your letter of 16tb instant and decline to publish. We are not a pulpit, or otnsor of religious morals. Try the Pambula Voice ! Mr. Chas. Gouqh has been appointed Receiving Officer at Yourie in the room of Mrs. A. Rankin. The change to take place from the 1st J uly. Miss Rose Connor, of Yerona Public School, has been. appointed pupil teacher to the Moruya School, fche commenced duties on Monday, 8th instant. We wish her success. We very much regret to hear there is no improvement iu the condition of Mrs. George Motby, and her husband has taken her to S) dney for treatment. We hope the sea trip aud change generally will have a beneficial effect and that Mrs. Mctby will return re stored to health. An anonymous correspondent ha...

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The Chronicle. For the cause that lacks assistance, For the wrongs that need resistance, For the Future in the distance, And the good that we can do. COBARGO, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 19 May 1899

C|rmride. For the cause that lacks assistance, for the iorongs that need resistance, Morihejuture in the distance, And the good that tee cpn do. Cobakgo, Friday, May 19, 1899. In contemplating the Federal question in its many and varied aspects, per haps there is nothing that appeals to the average elector more thun the commercial and industrial side; for it is this feature of the many-sided and complex problem which comes right home to the pocket and social status of the working artiean and industrial classes. Sentiment is a fine £nd admirable thing in its place, and a fair amount is inseparable from a true conceptiou and contemplation of the grandeur andsublimity of the work of nation building. Still, the. unprosaii; hard-headed majority of the people who will be called upon to vote on the 20th June will est the ques tion—' How will my position, indus trially or commercially, be bettered by the act of Union ?' And we like to hear this query f; om the people. It is appropriate and ...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

CHAPTER IV. It was much past noon when Anthony, having 'eft Ifiviiorse at "the 'keeper's, w/ilWl |lowty;. alovg Jjte", turf path, iSukihg^eig^rlyaboutrfcimior o gJlmpse of Lftli. v «■—<* ry £ ——Me ■Vroli'alf ^ajriip ilie gl«le -jje fore he'cau^ht eight of- lier. - She -was sitting at the foot jdf ,;,a big telm, nnd ber lilue droBS and fair hair made a pretty eflecfot color againstAre warm lirown vtr«nk. She taken |pT ^ier black sailor hat,* and it /lay oil the ground beside licr. Her li.lle liands were clasped in her Jap, and'she 'wn looking straight in front of hir, not down the glade to uaids the kteper's lodge, but away from it. : She did not look round as Anthony apjroach"tl. It hurt him a little to find her so oblivious of his .presence. As he came close to her he -was struck tiy the" expression in her face She was evidently absorbed in thought and tjbc thoughts were no pleasant ones. Ilcr lips were set tightly to gether, her delicate brows were knitted in a line of ...

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Leah's Engagement. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

Leah's Engagement. CHAPTER III. For he Lad dropped her hands, and stepped back fiom her. A shock had. gone through him, and she saw it. But she did not rcAliee, it was not in Iter to realise, the effect her \v0rd3 bad had on him. He was jarred through and through, rfpelled, desilhisionne. It was as though a mask had dropped from her face, and (lie real woman bad le vealed herself. The passiou that had blazed up in hiui for an instant turned again to grey ashes. He began to e£^k,T)'ul'sh"eTrit'errupted him. 1 ^ Anthony, it is true,' she cried; ' why should I not say it 1 Poor old George, lie knows it as well as I do. But I will uot shock you again. You were always easily shocked, I remem ber. • And I must go back to Brierley and my wifely duliea. How glad I am that I met you.' She had been speaking flippantly, but now her voice deepened. ' All tl.es ^ years I bave thought of you as bating and despising me, An tliony. And I have hated ycu. But now " She paused a moment, and tin-n hcl ...

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MOUNT DROMEDARY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

MOUNT DEOMEDARf SPORTS. The Athletic Sports provided by the genial Dromedary miners, wore largely attended, visitors from every part of the district being present j in fact, it was without doubt the largest gathering that has ever assembled in Tilba Tilba. From oarly morning Mr. J. Young's flat, kindly lent for the occasion, was a scene of life and mirth, and, as the day wore on, and the different events nar roweddown to the finals the excitement was intenBO. The entries for the two principal events had filled well, there being no lees thin 28 nominations for the Miners' Handi cap, and 29 for the Sheffield Handicap, the acceptances for both events being the same,; fifteen. The racing throughout was first-; -class, and is most cases the finishes were close, thus proving that the handicappsrs did their work welL Without ■doubt, the feature -of the day was thcrery liberal prizes provided for the children, the youngsters, under the direction of Messrs Knight, McClaren and Borsenburgh, b...

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DAISY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

DAISY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION The Oral Aunual General Meeting of j tbe Dairy farmer-' Association was held at ti'O School of Arts on Tuesday last. Mr. F. 6. Roberta occupied the chair The Secretary and Treasurer' pr Bentt d tin lr reports which apppar below. The following officers were then elected :—Pre^id^nt, Mr. F. G. Ro'ierc- ; V ce-Pm-ideut-. Messm. F, Adamson, ai-d T. J. Trtrliijton ; Trea ■ ►firer. P. WilfOn; Socre'-ary, J. P. O'Reilly; Committee: Messrs, G. F. Ki l'. rlmce^ ConiaN, Joshua Sawtell, ai«l E. C mi'Or. It was decided to make *triiige --enls for a working ex It W ion of 'h^ Disc Plough. The, secretary «as >«astra>ted to procure in foRH).ition »bnur, <he Ba''Cocb Tester with the view of purchusiig one for the u^e "f wtnbers. A suggestion was made by Mr. Adamsun that'perio dical rrnrke days.-hould be«<tHblisfa> d in Gobarj<o, and thote present though' ■ he idea a go<>d one. Arrxiiged that m «Mng6 be he'd monthly o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

ri - u ■ \"jpvlVINE SERVICES -will be conducted, JLf in the^di^trict ia follpwa * » -3sk- ' fesiritt eiTnotic. ■=**- - ■ MassoeiebrateSat'8.30 a.ai."and"11.13'a,iET every Sunduy nt Cobargo. Evening devotion every fjuui?_ay; at 7.30 p.va. r?~~~ :■■ r. iCEifST. CHCE0B^O|' ENGLAND. i May J!S^B»ina£^is^HA>) 11CoWnTga 7.30. ■ tla:,s0A3iES. - WESLEYAN. Mav 29—Coborgo 11 ; Quoama 2.30. ; Bertaajui 7.30. M. WALKER.

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Quaama Tennis Club Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

Quaama Tennis Club Ball. For some time past it has been the intention of the residents of Quaama to form a Tennis Club, and on the 5th inst., a inreting was held with the result that a club was fotmed. Upon looking around and seeing the number of tennis players in the district it is no: to be wondered at that a village of the importance of Qua&tua bhould also have its ' Court.' They have their cricki-ters and footballers and with the number of athletic young people there should have • heir tei.ma plajeis, whom we think will Wi> able to give a good accouut of ihemsehes duriug the season. It will be an -easy matter to outain a good court at Quaama, and as the members are working actively for the [urpose of having everything in readiueBs for an early start, w<i »i»h them every succ"8s. The bait wa* held in the Lyceum Hull on Friday nia;ht last, and as is-always the caseat Quaatna, visitors from Cobargo and its surroundings turned out in g<~od numl>er...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. The Bishop of Goulburn has inti mated bis intention of conferring the title of Rector upon the Rev. G. SoareB of Chrish Churcb, Oobargo. TnE local footballers met at Keating's hotel on Saturday night last for the purpose of electing a sec. and treasurer in the place of J. CulleL, resigned ; and also to arrange for a couple of matches at an early date. After some discussion it was decided (oitiviteDry River footballers to play a friendly game on 3rd Jnue, and to ask the Centra) Tilba footballers to post pose their challenge until 17th June, a fortnight later. £. L. O'Toole was elected sec. and treasurer. Mr. M. Pike (chairman) gave a donation of 5a to the Cluo. On Saturday last Mr. William Tar linton, of Tarlintonville was seized with a very severe aud dangerous ill ness. Dr., Meeke was at once called iD, and subs* quently Dr. Marshall of Bega was summoned, the two medical men holding a consultation. Wo are glad to hear that Mr. Tarlinton is now much better, a...

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BOD LL[?] BI[?]T DAY SPORTS. (B o'r S e[?]R[?]ER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

BOD LLi am' DAY SPORTS. (B o' r W e'L.I R ioi er.i 'I hf-oi rl pi- pi of h-. famou Boilalla n® •«) ■ xt.*' I i »<g tiisin. different forma or an.usfiijeiit, -enuring large attendance*, and ca>rying out details in a saMi>facLory aud honorable manner. Hardly a holicay pauses witho t rdt'P' tl"t) li-ing ar ;!! g d f T th<-d •.y-tini <»• ev-ni g, <n- lioili. And tli- an-i.ver-aiy of ti e Qu«hi.'- 80 h B th'Hy wikiiii x-«*p on, a *|>]c> nid pr e amme f . o y mid f<-ot-ra litg iiei g r aiiflpil f r t hat- d*y. A nota 1 and i.leasiiit; f<*arur« of 'he ni"e'ing «a< the wcfual a>8 nee of c O'lk > um ing, a s'ate of nii igs at ir\liutnb!e o t ii.' praise ' O'-i>y tic'ion of t. e Me sis l<. <t . M. M' r, who gf ricily p 'olii i ed b ttin^ mi th<? «rou d, Ti>e a -c *r -f 'lie meeting i>a- « coinplet. dn aloft.) «> con. ent ion ot ih« Hpirling por ion of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

For £ shinuitical Coughs and Colds tate Wouilo" OiimL Peppermint Cure, For Children's ~Hro1rin<T Cough taVo j Gyiai Peppermint Cure, 1/Gdand n/G j I Woodfi" Great r<ipponnint r«irefor.Couglis ^LrnJ-Col«la novoi; fnilo, 1/ii unJ ~ ' For, Binnoliial CVmjrlis tn,k<? Woods4 (Jreit rcf^cmiiut Cure, l/tinnfl 2,'<3. UiicqnnltaT and Inducible "Woods* Groat Pq ponnint Cure for Covglio qmJ ColfcJjG. The, reliable Family Keinedy Woods' Great' Peppermint Cure for ccughsruid Colds, J/6 nud 2/8, d " ~ ~• Vi' . : , Tlie prevalent use of slung by all cUlsbos ol the comnrabity is as astonishing as it iB luoen table. Primarily' it implies on the |)art of 'ihe^epeftker a poverty of English, proper j . pocpndly, a ronton pntfor«ocetot tfceVafearana 'the loornfcte j Jafetlr, culpable indpjei?ce and spint *rf ifxt* ^Tou.fliay do this wHVrnorflfcr lee* Stopntiitj withlarguajreibnt i yon<afiBoti' thUB trifle mih4 arMd/or froorfiT for these Woods' Great...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) Sydney, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

OUR TELEGRAMS (Fr.ou odk Sydney Correspondent.) Sydney, Thursday. Randwick Races : — Hurdle Race : Kiora, 1 j Mist, 2; Worrall, 3. Novice Handicap : Lulury, 1; Platinum, 2 ; Folly, 3. May S abes : Voma, 1 ; Claret, 2 ; Ches'ina. 3. Oup : Prince Carbine, 1; April Fool, 2 ; Nuka, 3. Nursery Handicap : Prelusive, J ; Kalingo, 2; Cranberry, 3. Farewell Handicap : Cremorne, 1; Carberra, 2; Superb, 3. A young mih named Everitt wnile conversing with his" siBter at Albury drew a razor from his pocket and cut. his throat. He then jumped down a well, but was coon rescued, dying shortly afterwards. The body of a seaman named Alex Rossman w*s found cut to pieces on Honeysuckle Point Railwwy line. The head «as almost severed from the trunk. His F<xcellency, Lord B^auchamp, entertain- d a large number of leading citizens at an official dinner at Govern meet House, jesferday. Two deliberate attempts were made to derail the train near Drooin, Vic toria. Fish plates were placed on the lin...

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FEDERATION AT TILBA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

FEDERATION AT TILBA. I (From our own Cobrespondknt.) A good muster rolled jip at the TcmperanefrH&ll Tilba on Saturday night, to hear tfpurs A. Kenn dy and J. H Crapp, members of th>> Central Tilba Federal League expound the various cluuBes of t.he Common weal ih Bill. The speakers were given a fair hearing although there were frequent intujections fiom the Ustj Uiioas of a few auti-Biliious sutijpc a, hut they were cl arly in ih tnii.o ity. Mr. C. H. Hobbes occupied the cli ir, »nd briefly introduced the •p^Hk-r?, Mr. Kenundv firing ff the fi t gun,— a mere pe» gun, as compai d 10 ih »ig gun *o t>" fi ed at th'-ni by Mr. Crapp, —an he expressed it. H -wever, thei v were some pretty heavy cnarg>-& in his pe. gun, and Mr. Kenu»-dy f.equendy go' fair into th« a>i'i Billites bulm eye. He said the mo>e he saw and thought of lliis Bill the more he lik- d i', it w»s a better constitution 'Iiaii any other na ion was working umier today. Fed ration had b en...

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A Bishop Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — The Cobargo Chronicle — 26 May 1899

A Bishop Committed for Trial. On Tuesday of last week Df Herbert Tugwell was committed 'for trial on ft obarge of criminally libelling the com mercial men of Lagos, a colony of Great Biituin, in Weet Africa The Bishop was admitted to bail. The action brought against) Dr, Tug well was on accoiint of a letter publish d in The Times. In this the Bishop wrote * Enormous quantity of gin, run), etc., continue to pour into British West Africa through Lagos, Akassa, Bonny, and other ports in this and the adjoin ing protectorates. During the past few days thousands of cases of gin and deni'j Jins of rum have been stacked upon.ihn wharves of our tntrchanta. Referring to the Lagos Government Gazelle for February, 1'899, just issued I find that theamoun-s of spirits im ported into Ligos during the month of January, 1899, as compared with those of the corresponding month in 1898, are represented by the following figures —- | Jan., 1839 j Jan., lfetJS ] Increase, Geneva (gin | S2,753gal. | 29,887...

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